She Reads Truth – His Love Endures

Another fab study from the ladies at She Reads Truth.

Not gonna lie – this one was slightly daunting – the study book was almost 300 pages long, and Jeremiah is definitely the longest book of the Bible I’ve ever studied in full.

And I’m not gonna lie, by the end, I was ready for it to be over – the book is heavy.

BUT – I’m so glad that I got to spend Lent of this year reading through Jeremiah. In many ways, it felt perfectly timed, and although it was heavy, it was also full of pointers to Jesus – perfect in the run up to Easter and in this strange time the world finds itself in.

I also loved that we finished Jeremiah before Holy Week started, and then followed the Easter story for the last week, and I loved how the artwork changed throughout Holy Week, with Good Friday being printed on black pages – a simple change, but it brought more feeling to what was being read.

As usual, the extras throughout the book were a fantastic way of giving more insight into the book – and the New Testament passages included each day were eye-opening. And it goes without saying that the book is beautiful.

If you’re going to read a SRT study book, I’d recommend following along with the devotionals on the app and listening to the podcast as well to get more insight – it’s a great way to be fully immersed in the word.

My rating: 5Average rating: 4.47
280 pages. Published in: 2020
Read in Paperbackon 24th February – 12th April 2020

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